I Use Musical Instruments As Canvases For My Painted Creations

I take a violin or guitar from a sand-papered, worn-out or simply unable to produce sound and I turn it into a canvas for my thoughts and ideas. Starry skies, whales, waves or simply abstract, I use tester emulsion paint pots for the main colour and acrylics and water-colours for the finer details and imagery.

Each piece takes me roughly 2-3 days to complete, 1 tub of ice cream for support and an old pair of trousers to wipe the paintbrush on.

While the violin I created is virtually impossible to play, both classical guitars and their sounds have been unaltered in the process and with some good strings and tuning, are completely playable.

Classical Guitar (Playable – Needs Strings)

Exam Piece – Violin

Small Classical Guitar (Playable)

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